Narrated By: Grace Conlin
Duration: 7 hours and 40 minutes
What to expect
A good salary and an all-expenses-paid summer spent a sprawling Arizona ranch is too good a deal for fledgling anthropologist D. J. Abbott to turn down—especially when it's six hundred miles from home. What does it matter that her rich new employer and benefactor, Hank Hunnicutt, is a certified oddball who is presently funding all manner of off-beat projects, from alien conspiracy studies to a hunt for dragon bones? There's even talk of treasure buried in the nearby mountains, but D. J. isn't going to allow loose speculation—or the considerable charms of handsome professional treasure hunter Jesse Franklin—to sidetrack her. Then Hunnicutt suffers a mysterious accident and vanishes, leaving the weirdos gathered at his spread to eye each other with frightened suspicion.
But on a high-desert search for the missing millionaire, D. J. is learning things that may not be healthy for her to know. The game someone is playing here goes far beyond the rational universe—and it could leave D. J. legitimately dead.
Crime and mystery: women sleuths
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“[Peters] keeps the reader coming back for more.”
“This author never fails to entertain.”
“Grace Conlin is effective in her wry, self-deprecating portrayal of D. J.…The action is compelling and the characters are well developed.”
“Reader Grace Conlin captures the sardonic tone of the narrator.”